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Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784

Adam Weinberger Rare Books & Art

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Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784
Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784
Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784
Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784
Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784
Cook's Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1784

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 18th century
Condition:
Very Good; some wear
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
8.3" L x 1" W x 5" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean ... for Making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere by James King and James Cook. Four volumes. London: John Stockdale, et al., 1784. Hardcovers. Portrait frontispiece, large folding general chart plus 49 engraved plates. Set was bound by Birdsall of Northampton, considered to be in the top echelon of English binders. This edition was published after intense interest in Cook's third and final voyage, in which he discovered the Hawaiian Archipelago.
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About Adam Weinberger Rare Books & Art

I scour the globe for searching for rare books, works on paper, old master paintings and drawings, Medieval and Renaissance objects and sculpture, and antiquities. I look for items that are not only beautiful, but resonate with a collector through their connection to history. Whether neatly kept in a bookcase or set on display, these relics of the past are what inspire the future.